Like many things in American, Major League Baseball's season has been put hold because of the coronavirus.

During these uncertain times, it's nice to hear a familiar and comforting voice. One of our country's most iconic voices is broadcasting legend Vin Scully.

For 67 season he called games for the Dodgers both in Brooklyn and Los Angeles. And if that wasn't impressive enough, he was the voice for some of the sport's biggest moments.

Recently, Fox News anchor Ed Henry got the opportunity to talk to Vin for a special segment of the Fox News Rundown.

The two did discuss America's current crisis, but they also talked about faith, family and of course, baseball.

Vin Scully, who grew up during the Great Depression and World War Two, offered a lot of perspective and optimism about what is going on

The conversation was long and we couldn't get it all in our original segment, but you can hear it all now here on the Fox News Rundown Extra. And trust us, there was some great stuff you missed including when the America's Newsroom host asked Vin about calling the infamous "Gets by Buckner" play in Game 6 of the 1986 World Series.